Actor Jason Momoa says his latest role of a blind warrior has made Him "more attentive" to his wife Lisa Bonet.
The "Aquaman" star opened up about his role in "See" at the series' premiere. In the new drama, American society has lost all sense of sight after a virus kills millions of people. The survivors are forced to adapt to their other senses, finding new ways to interact and survive.
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"I don't know if there's one, but I do believe, and I don't want to sound like, 'Oh, there's an aura' and this and that, but there is definitely an energy," Momoa told people.com.
"You can feel the energy of people."
"Now I'm a little bit more attentive to my wife's energy. Now I'm connected," added the Hollywood star.